Internment [noun]

Definition of Internment:

physical detention by force

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Sentence/Example of Internment:

None need our help more than the officers and men of those internment camps.

To avoid the dreaded internment camp he had successfully passed as a Luxemburger.

A once-loved prince of German blood had been frozen out of the navy, and the internment camps were growing like boom towns.

Everywhere is dead-lines and permissions and internment camps and persecutions, and all who are not in prison are afraid.

Well, amongst these liberated captives was one who told a sad tale of starvation at his internment camp.

His best friend was aboard; and he thought it wicked not to give them a chance, even if it meant their internment.

Several parties of Germans who escaped from internment camps have been recaptured with comparative ease.

Vessels designated for internment shall be ready to leave German ports within seven days upon direction by wireless.

Internment in the church is wisely prohibited; an indecency incompatible with a civilized people.

As for the supernumeraries, Bournef and the others, we shall have them stowed away in an internment-camp before a week is past.